TRR/Cabling Operative

Location East Kilbride
Discipline: Engineering
Job ref: 005982
Published: about 1 year ago

Freeflow Utility Support are looking for an experienced Cabling Operative.


As part of a Cabling Crew, you will report into the Operations Manager and Supervisor. You will be working on the upgrade & build of National Telecoms Infrastructure projects.


Roles & Responsibilities:


  • Test Roding and Roping of UG Ducts
  • The identification of traffic management requirements
  • The identification of tree cutting requirements if works are OH
  • The production of A55 and B2B drawings on successful completion of tasks
  • Reading an understanding Microsoft Word/Excel/PDF based Job Packs
  • Reading and understanding BT Duct diagrams
  • Working in confined spaces
  • Working outdoors in all weathers.
  • Travel to and from various exchange locations on completion of works
  • Work to PON completion deadlines to ensure operational requirements are met
  • Attend accredited training courses if required
  • Adhere to all Circet UK and Freeflow Health and Safety policies at all times
  • Weekend working at the discretion of the ops manager
  • Stay away working if required to service our clients on a rota basis

Experience Required:

  • Previous Telecom experience & good understanding of the fiber network
  • First Aid (Desirable)
  • Manual Handling (Desirable)
  • Hold a valid NRSWA Street works Operative License Unit 2
  • Hold Openreach UG, jointing and cable accreditation modules (Desirable)
  • Basic CRB Check less than 3 months old (Desirable)
  • Full Driving License
  • NOPS Registration
  • Openreach Desirable Accreditations

Health & Safety Compliance:

  • Monitor site practices and routines to ensure compliance with relevant legislation and regulations, including the company H & S Policy, to minimize the likelihood of accidents and the resulting fines and compensation claims.
  • Ensure training needs are identified and, in conjunction with HSEQ Department, arrange for personnel to attend such courses as are necessary. Failure to embrace a safe and secure environment can result in disciplinary proceedings.